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Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar

Senior Lecturer
Geography and Environmental Science
gnnjar@unical.edu.ng

Surv. Dr. Gertrude Nnanjar Njar ,is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Geography & Environmental Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar, Calabar. She holds a B.Sc (Geography & Regional Planning),PGD(Surveying) M.S.(Surveying) and a Ph.D(Geography & Environmental Science). She is a Full Member of the Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (MNIS) and a Registered Surveyor with the Surveyors Council of Nigeria (SURCON).She has several foreign and local publications in International and reputable journals, she has attended several International and local conferences and workshops.

J.N. Obiefuna, G. N. Njar (2018).  The Spatio-Temporal Distribution of Urban Noise Islands in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria.  International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 9(3), 216-226. (Houston Texas, USA) available at www.ijser.org., indexed in Google Scholar, EBSCO, Thomson Reuters, UGC, CrossRef, Index Copernicus, Cite Factor, DOAJ SCIRUS, CiteSeer Beta, Scientific Commons, BASE, DBLP, SCRIBD, Q-Sensei, SHERPA/Romeo, SciRate.com 


A.I. Iwara, E.E. Ewa, G.N. Njar, S.O. Maduka (2017).  Relationship between Vegetation Characteristics and Soil Erosion in the Rainforest Zone of Southern Nigeria.  Confluence Journal of Environmental Studies 11(2), 27-36. 


Ewa, E.E., Musa, W.A., Njar, G.N., & Gani, B.S. (2014) Using Principal Component Analysis in Assessing Water Quality of the Calabar River.  International Journal of Biological Sciences (IJBS), Vol.01. N0.02, p5-12.


Ewa, E.E., Awoyemi, O.K., Njar, G.N., B.S.(2014) Physico-Chemical and heavy metal analysis of River Olosun, Ibadan, Oyo State. International Journal of Biological Sciences (IJBS), Vol.01, p14-20 


Iwara, A.I., Deekor, T.N2, Njar, G.N. (2014) Effect of Farming Activities on Tree Diversity, Density and Community Structure in Agoi-Ekpo, Cross River State, Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Vol2(2), 2014:1-7. 


Ewa, E.E.; Offiong, V.E. Njar, G.N. & Ita, A.E. (2013) Assessment of Housing Affordability Problem in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria. Vol.16, issue4, (Sept – Oct,2013).pp23-29. 


F.O. Ogundele, T.S. Adewale, G. N. Njar (2017).  Effect of Land Use Change on Contamination Factors and Degrees of contamination in soil of Abeokuta and Shagamu in Ogun State, Nigeria.  Confluence Journal of Environmental Studies 11(2). 


A.I. Iwara, T.N. Deekor, G. N. Njar (2016).  Effect of Farming Activities on Tree Diversity, Density and Community Structure in Agoi-Ekpo, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Nova Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 3(1). 


   Judith Eteng Otu, Gertrude Nnanjar Njar, (2006).  Strategies for Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment in Cross River State of Nigeria.  Ibom Journal of Social Issues, Vol. 7, No. 2 pp43-48 (Nigeria, Africa) 


Offiong, R.A., Amoyou, U., Njar, G.N. & Atu, J.E. (2009).  Quality Analysis of Different Sources of Drinking Water in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria.  The Calabar Counsellor. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. Vol.111(2) 47-51.


      Offiong, R.A., Atu, J.E., Njar, G.N. & Amuyou, U.A. (2008).  Mobility Implications of Commercial Motorcyclists Ban in the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.  The Calabar Counsellor-Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria. Vol. 2(1). 233-245 (Nigeria, Africa). 


      F.O Ogundele, E.A. Utin, A.I. Iwara G.N. Njar, T.N. Deekor (2012). An Assessment of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) Utilization on Rural Livelihoods in Ini Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.  Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES) Vol.2, No.8, pp1-13.


Offiong, R.A. E. Iwara, E.I., Njar, G.N., & Atu, J.E. (2012).  Effects of Industrial Activities on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation within the Calabar Port Authority, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Geography and Geology, Vol. 4(1). pp203-211. 


        E.E. Ewa, A.I. Iwara, V.E. Offiong, P.A. Essoka, G. N. Njar (2013).  Seasonal Variations in Heavy Metal Status of the Calabar River, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Natural Sciences Research 3(11), 78-83. 


E.E. Ewa, A.I. Iwara, J.A Adeyemi, G. N. Njar (2013).  Assessment of Water Quality of the Calabar using Multivariate Statistical Techniques.  Journal of Applied Sciences Research 9, (5) 3354-3363. ISSN 1819-544X 


Njar, G.N., Offiong, R.A., Deekor, T.N. & Offiong, V.E. (2013). An Evaluation of the Effects of Industrial Activities of Settlement Expansion on Estuarine Degradation along the Calabar River, Cross River State.  International Journal of European ResearchVol.1, Issue 3. Pp27-38. Leicester, Uk. 


G. N. Njar, W.A. Akpama, A.I. Iwara, E.A. Ita, C.J. Lasisi (2013).  Mapping Risk Prone Zones of Malaria Vector Species in Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Medical Sciences 13(2), 76-85. 


Ogundele, F.O., Iwara  A.I., Odewumi, S.G., Njar, G.N., & Owolade, A., (2013).  Distribution Pattern and Customers’ Accessibility to Banks in Ibadan North Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria.  Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, Vol.10, issue 1, March 2013. P16-28


A.I. Iwara, G. N. Njar, T.N. Deekor, A.E. Ita (2012).  Effect of Adiabo Abattoir on the Water Quality Status of Calabar River in Odukpani, Cross River State, Nigeria. Continental Journal of Environmental Sciences 6(2). 


Offiong, R.A., Edet, E.O., Njar, G.N., Abua, M.A., & Atu, J.E. (2008).  The Influence of Environmental Factors on Tree Species Composition, Distribution, and Stocking Density in Kwa Falls River Valley, Cross River State, Nigeria.  African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, Vol. 6(1) 52-58. Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria. ISSN 1596-7425.  www.ecoservepublishers.org


R.A. Offiong, J.E. Atu, G. N. Njar, U.A. Amuyou (2008).  Problems and prospects of poor drainage systems and urban sustainability in Calabar, Nigeria.  Global Journal of Social Sciences 7. Indexed and abstracted on AJOL (UK): http://www.ajol.info. ISSN 1596-6216 


Offiong, R.A., Atu, J.E., Njar, G.N. & Iwara, A.I. (2009).  Effects of Land Use Change on Soil Physiochemical Properties in a South-Southern Region of Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, Vol. 7 (2). 47-51 Ecoserve Publishers Calabar, Nigeria.  ISSN 1596-7425.


       Eni, D. Imoke, Upla, J. Ibu, Oko, C. Omonya, Njar, G.N., Obiefuna, J. N. (2010).  The Effects of Land Degradation on Soil Productivity in Calabar South Local Government Area, Nigeria.  European Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 18 No. 1. Pp166-171 (London, United Kingdom).  Indexed in Scopus, Google Scholar, EMBASE, Cabell, Mosby, GEOBASE, Ulrich, DOAJ. 


A. I. Iwara, B. S. Gani, G.N.Njar & T.N.Deekor (2011).  Influence of Soil Physico-Chemical Properties on the Distribution of Woody Tree/Shrub Species in South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Agricultural Science, Vol. 2(2). pp69-75. 


A.I. Afangideh, G.N. Njar, E.E. Ewa, H.D. Eli, A.I. Iwara (2011).  Assessment of Water Quality Status of Borehole in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State.  International Journal of Biosciences (IJB) ISSN:2220-6655 (Print) 2222-5234 (Online) Vol. 1, No. 5, pp.71-76, 


Ettah E.B., Obiefuna, J.N., Njar, G.N., (2011).  The Relationship between Solar Radiation and the Efficiency of Solar Panels in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.  International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, Vol. 1. No.4 pp124-126 (USA). Indexed in Google Scholar.  Available online at http://www.ijastnet.com/journal/index/71:vol-1-no4-july-2011abstract16&catid=15:abstract


Offiong, R.A., Iwara A.I., Njar, G.N., Atu, J.E., Eli, H.D. (2011).  Effect of Catenary Differentiation on Vegetation in Obung Forest, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Journal of Biodiversity and Environment Science. Vol.1(6). 93-103 (Bangladesh, Asia). www.innspub.net *Index in Open Access 


Njar, G.N., Iwara, A.I., Ekukinam U.E. Deekor, T.N. and Amiolemen, S.O. (2011).  Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen Status of Soil under Rubber Plantation of Various Ages, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Environmental Sciences and Resource Management. Vol. 3, March 2011. Pp1-13. 


Njar, G.N., Iwara, A. I., Egbe, M.N., Offiong, R. A., and Essoka, P.A. (2012).  An Evaluation of Soil Suitability for Maize Production in Obiaruku Community in Nigeria.  British Journal of Advance Academic Research.  Vol. 1(1) pp. 16-27


Iwara, A.J., Offiong, R.A., Njar, G.N., Atu, J.E., Ogundele, F.O. (2012).  The Effect of Land Use Change on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation in Ugep, Nigeria. Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies.  Vol. 2 (1), pp101-113. (London, England). (Print) ISSN 2045- 8487(Online), pp101-113. www.sachajournals.com


R.A. Offiong, A.I. Iwara, G. N. Njar, and J.E. Atu (2012).  Effects of Industrial Activities on the Structure and Floristic Pattern of Vegetation within the Calabar Port Authority, South-Southern Nigeria.  Journal of Geography and Geology.  Vol. 4. No. 1, March 2012 pp203-211.  Canada, (North America).  Index in AMICUS, Bibliography and Index of Geology, Canadian, DOAJ, EBSCOhost, Google Scholar, Journalsseek, Library and Archives of Canada, Lockss, National Library of Australia, Open J-Gate, PKP Open Archives Harvester, Ulrich’s, Universal Digital Library, Wanfang Data.


Njar, G.N., Iwara, A.I., Offiong, R.A. & Deekor, T.D. (2012).  Assessment of Heavy Metals Status of Boreholes in Calabar South Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria.  Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management. Vol.5(1). Pp86-91

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ENVIRONMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY
FIG WOKING WEEK 2013, ABUJA - NIGERIA, 6TH – 10TH MAY 2013 (Theme: ENVIRONMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY)
Start: Monday 6th May, 2013
End: Friday 10th May, 2013
Beyond Mapping: Integrating Geospatial Solutions for Sustainable Urban Development in Nigeria
Nigerian Institution of Surveyors’ Annual General Meeting
Start: Wednesday 27th May, 0201
End: Friday 27th May, 2016
Surveying the world of tomorrow-from digitalization to augmented reality
International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) Working Week 2017 – Surveying the world of tomorrow-from digitalization to augmented reality in Helsinki, Finland. 29th May – 2nd June, 2017.
Start: Tuesday 2nd May, 2017
End: Tuesday 2nd May, 2017
Knowing to manage the territory, protect the environment, and evaluate the cultural heritage
FIG WORKING WEEK 2012, ROME – ITALY 6TH - 10TH May 2012. (Theme: Knowing to manage the territory, protect the environment, and evaluate the cultural heritage)
Start: Sunday 6th May, 2012
End: Thursday 10th May, 2012
Crowdsourcing of Land Information
FIG COMMISSION 3 AND 7 Joint Workshop: Theme: Crowdsourcing of Land Information, Le Meridian St. Julians Hotel, Malta Europe. 16th – 20th November, 2015
Start: Monday 20th July, 0201
End: Monday 20th July, 2015
The Surveyors, the policies, the state and the environment: Synergy to mitigate Environmental Disasters
Women-In-Surveying Annual National Conference, “The Surveyors, the policies, the state and the environment: Synergy to mitigate Environmental Disasters” – Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. 5th – 7th March, 2018.
Start: Monday 5th March, 2018
End: Wednesday 7th March, 2018
Mapping and the Extractive Industry
Nigerian Institution of Surveyors Annual General Meeting
Start: Tuesday 12th May, 0201
End: Friday 12th May, 2017
Sustainable Development and Growth of Cross River State
Summit on Sustainable Development and Growth of Cross River State organized by The Conference of Cross River State Professionals (CCRSP). Calabar, Cross River State – Nigeria. 13th August, 2014
Start: Wednesday 13th August, 2014
End: Wednesday 13th August, 2014
Unlocking Nigeria’s Land Capital: Surveying and Mapping for Economic Recovery
Annual General Meeting
Start: Monday 18th June, 2018
End: Sunday 22nd July, 2018
From the wisdom of the ages to the Challenges of the modern world
FIG Working Week 2015 – From the wisdom of the ages to the Challenges of the modern world, Sofia - Bulgaria, 17th – 21st May, 2015
Start: Tuesday 21st July, 2015
End: Tuesday 21st July, 2015
From the wisdom of the ages to the Challenges of the modern world
FIG Working Week 2015 – From the wisdom of the ages to the Challenges of the modern world, Sofia - Bulgaria, 17th – 21st May, 2015
Start: Tuesday 21st July, 0201
End: Tuesday 21st July, 2015
Sustainability of the Surveying Professions and National Development in the 21st Century
Commonwealth Association of Surveying and Land Economy (CASLE). Theme: “Sustainability of the Surveying Professions and National Development in the 21st Century. 21st – 23rd April, 2016 Abuja – Nigeria.
Start: Saturday 23rd April, 2016
End: Saturday 23rd April, 2016
The Realities of Flooding and its Menace: How Safe is your HOME?
Inaugural Annual Workshop of Women-In-Surveying Lagos State Branch. Theme: “The Realities of Flooding and its Menace: How Safe is your HOME?” LCCI Conference Centre, Nurudeen Olowopopo Drive, Alausa, Ikeja Lagos State – Nigeria April 24th, 2018.
Start: Tuesday 24th April, 2018
End: Tuesday 24th April, 2018
Mapping our Profession, Beyond Boundaries
Nigerian Institution of Surveyors Annual General Meeting
Start: Monday 27th July, 2015
End: Monday 27th July, 2015
Engaging the Challenges, Enhancing the Relevance
FIG Congress 2014 - Engaging the Challenges, Enhancing the Relevance, Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia, June 16th – June 21st 2014
Start: Saturday 21st June, 2014
End: Saturday 21st June, 2014
Recovery from Disaster
FIG Working Week 2016 – Recovery from Disaster, Christchurch – New Zealand. 2nd – 6th May, 2016.
Start: Wednesday 6th May, 0201
End: Friday 6th May, 2016
The Role of Women Surveyors in Environmental Sustainability
State Conference of Women-In-Surveying Abia State Branch. “The Role of Women Surveyors in Environmental Sustainability. Umuahia, Abia State – Nigeria, 22nd Sept. 2014
Start: Monday 22nd September, 2014
End: Monday 22nd September, 2014
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